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Sea turtles under threat as Indian government weighs development in Andaman IslandsMongabay.com16 hourssaveRefWorks
Despite flaws, commodity eco-labels contribute to sustainability (commentary)Mongabay.com16 hourssaveRefWorks
Philippine province builds on lessons learned to grow ecotourism industryMongabay.com16 hourssaveRefWorks
Island species and endemics will bear brunt if warming exceeds 3°C: StudyMongabay.com18 hourssaveRefWorks
Did you know that northern tamanduas may eat up to 9,000 insects per day? Candid Animal CamMongabay.com22 hourssaveRefWorks
Recognizing the true guardians of the forest: Q&A with David KaimowitzMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
Belgium bans biofuels made from palm oil, soyMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
JPMorgan Chase expanding deforestation policies under shareholder pressureMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
Landmark decision: Brazil Supreme Court sides with Indigenous land rightsMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
‘We’re at a tipping point with coal’: Q&A with Bloomberg’s Antha WilliamsMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
Farmers move to occupy a critical elephant corridor in Sri LankaMongabay.com1 daysaveRefWorks
New palm oil frontier sparks scramble for land in the Brazilian AmazonMongabay.com2 dayssaveRefWorks
The world needs a food movement based on agroecology and equity (commentary)Mongabay.com2 dayssaveRefWorks
Indonesia’s net-zero emissions goal not ambitious enough, activists sayMongabay.com2 dayssaveRefWorks
‘We are made invisible’: Brazil’s Indigenous on prejudice in the cityMongabay.com3 dayssaveRefWorks
An Amazonian arapaima washed up in a Florida river. It didn’t swim thereMongabay.com5 dayssaveRefWorks
European tuna boats dump fishing debris in Seychelles waters‘with impunity’Mongabay.com5 dayssaveRefWorks
Intimidation of Brazil’s enviro scientists, academics, officials on upswingMongabay.com6 dayssaveRefWorks
Red flag: Predatory European ships help push Indian Ocean tuna to the brinkMongabay.com6 dayssaveRefWorks
Podcast: Though humanity exceeds key ‘planetary boundaries’ there are many solutionsMongabay.com6 dayssaveRefWorks
Captive lions kept in‘stressful conditions’ create perfect recipe for disease, experts sayMongabay.com6 dayssaveRefWorks
As Brazil’s military pulls out of the Amazon, its legacy is in questionMongabay.com6 dayssaveRefWorks
Civil society’s push to advance conservation in China: Q&A with Jinfeng ZhouMongabay.com7 dayssaveRefWorks
Reveling in complexity: Remembering a man who ‘truly lived’ conservation (commentary)Mongabay.com7 dayssaveRefWorks
Mongabay’s most popular articles in March 2021Mongabay.com7 dayssaveRefWorks
Government inaction prompts voluntary REDD+ carbon credit boom in BrazilMongabay.com8 dayssaveRefWorks
‘Opening the lid’ on toilet innovation: Q&A with author Chelsea WaldMongabay.com8 dayssaveRefWorks
Beef giant JBS vows to go deforestation-free— 14 years from nowMongabay.com8 dayssaveRefWorks
“Activism gives you hope”: Q&A with Wallace Global Fund’s Ellen DorseyMongabay.com8 dayssaveRefWorks
Spiny new chameleon species described from Bale Mountains of EthiopiaMongabay.com8 dayssaveRefWorks
Australia’s pivot to plantations may be too late for nearly extinct parrotsMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
Helping Papuans protect Indonesia’s last frontier: Q&A with Bustar MaitarMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
Life and new limbs: Creative thinking, 3D printers save injured wildlifeMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
Palm oil waste is latest item declared non-hazardous by IndonesiaMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
Frustration over light penalties for coal mine that polluted Indonesian riverMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
In Malaysia, the fate of a peat forest hinges on a powerful state officialMongabay.com9 dayssaveRefWorks
Deforestation rises in Colombia’s Chiribiquete National Park as cattle invadeMongabay.com12 dayssaveRefWorks
Empowering Indigenous peoples crucial to climate, biodiversity crises: StudyMongabay.com12 dayssaveRefWorks
Exposing organized crime in the Amazon: Q&A with Robert Muggah of the Igarapé InstituteMongabay.com12 dayssaveRefWorks
Rare captive-bred crocodiles develop new,‘odd’ habits in Philippine wildMongabay.com12 dayssaveRefWorks
Drinking coffee in the U.S.? Worry about forests in Vietnam, study saysMongabay.com12 dayssaveRefWorks
Coffee sustainability check: Q&A with Sjoerd Panhuysen of Coffee Barometer reportMongabay.com13 dayssaveRefWorks
Two new species of endangered screech owls identified from BrazilMongabay.com13 dayssaveRefWorks
Cerrado’s maned wolves, squeezed by humans, may be picking up mange from dogsMongabay.com13 dayssaveRefWorks
East Africa deploys huge volumes of‘highly hazardous’ pesticides against locust plagueMongabay.com13 dayssaveRefWorks
Mixed fates for captive elephants sent back to villages amid Thai tourism collapseMongabay.com13 dayssaveRefWorks
Mongabay’s What To Watch list for April 2021Mongabay.com14 dayssaveRefWorks
‘What other country would do this to its people?’ Cambodian land grab victims seek int’l justiceMongabay.com14 dayssaveRefWorks
Can palm oil be grown sustainably? Agroforestry research suggests it can, and without chemicalsMongabay.com14 dayssaveRefWorks
Logging company moves into intact Gabon forest as village fights to save itMongabay.com14 dayssaveRefWorks
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